L08.PZ2 - INM 313: Inclusive Design Lecture 2: Inclusive...

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1 INM 313: Inclusive Design Lecture 2: Inclusive Design Process Slide 2 Lecture 2 Overview Inclusive Design Process and its relation to UCD Inclusive Design Tips – At the Requirements/Analysis stage – At the Evaluation Stage – Appropriate Terminology & Special Considerations
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2 Slide 3 Slide 4 Human-Centred Design ISO 13407: Human centred design processes for interactive systems
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3 Slide 5 What are the activities in Design? UCD view: – Analysis • Requirements - finding out what people need from the system – Design • Conceptual design - creating the overall idea for the new system • Physical design - filling in the details of what the new system will be like and how it will work • Prototyping and Envisionment - bringing ideas to life – Evaluation - checking that you’ve got it right Slide 6
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4 Slide 7 Requirement Issues Most usability goals should be the same for all users, regardless of disability. It is important that critical tasks be completed in the same timeframe by everyone. User analysis should capture knowledge, experience, and skill with similar products; environment; frequency of use. You need to directly observe people with disabilities interacting with similar products. But there might be ethical issues associated with this. Slide 8 Personas of People with Disabilities Personas are "hypothetical archetypes" of actual users They include specific characteristics, demographics, and experience level from user profiles Personas that include accessibility include: Nature of limitation (e.g., blind, unable to use mouse, operating in noisy environment) Special tools or assistive technology (AT) used (e.g., uses screen magnifier to read text < 16 pt) Experience and skills with the relevant tools or AT Frequency of use of relevant tools or AT
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5 Slide 9 UCD with Participants with Special Needs - Recruitment Add recruiting time and expenses Make key contacts Check ethical issues Conduct pilot tests early Plan higher expenses (transport cost, a carer, etc) Consider their needs (wheelchair access, blind-friendly environment, etc)
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L08.PZ2 - INM 313: Inclusive Design Lecture 2: Inclusive...

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